2 edition of case study of a rural primary school to investigate the effect on the staff (and their teaching) of the E.T. Strategy for Education in Northern Ireland. found in the catalog.
case study of a rural primary school to investigate the effect on the staff (and their teaching) of the E.T. Strategy for Education in Northern Ireland.
Thesis (M. Ed. (Professional Development)) - University of Ulster, 1999.
FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ QUALITY OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A CASE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL M.S. Farooq1, A.H. Chaudhry1, M. Shafiq1, G. Berhanu2 1University of the Punjab, Pakistan 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden ABSTRACT This study was conducted to examine different factors influencing the academic. Case study/ Literature of a School 1. In cartography, a contour line (often just called a "contour") joins points of equal elevation (height) above a given level, such as mean sea level. A contour map shows valleys and hills, and the steepness of slopes.
A Qualitative Study of Effective School Discipline Practices: Perceptions of Administrators, Tenured Teachers, and Parents in Twenty Schools A dissertation presented to the faculty of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis East Te nnessee State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degreeCited by: 8. Objectives of the Study The primary aim of this study was to examine the effects of teacher’s competence on students’ academic performance. This general aim is expressed in the following specific objectives which are to: 1. Assess teacher’s competence in secondary school; Size: KB.
Kingsland Primary School Context Kingsland Primary School is built on the edge of Peebles, on an elevation overlooking the town. This positioning of the school provides wonderful views across the. This case study was intended to explore the premise that the perceptions of the stakeholders regarding inclusion should enhance the implementation of the process in a K rural setting. Therefore, rural high school students' and rural general education and special education teachers' perceptions of inclusion provided the primary focus of this case by:
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Therefore, rural high school students’ and rural general education and special education teachers’ perceptions of inclusion provided the primary focus of this case study. The research questions critical to this inquiry were: 1.
To what extent do students (with disabilities and those without disabilities) feel that inclusion isFile Size: KB. The purpose of the study was to investigate the standard leadership styles used by head teachers in primary schools is the best and more acceptable and which one problem with regard to cause teachers’ job satisfaction.
Specifically, the study sought to examine the dominant leadership style in use by head teachers in primary. Oak Grove Elementary School in Sebastopol, Calif ornia is a rural K–5 primary school with a population of students and approximately 16 teachers. The school’s lead custodian, with enthusiastic support from staff, students, teachers, the community, and private partners, initiated the recycling Size: KB.
() in a study of 60 schools from peri-urban (29 schools) and rural (31 schools) areas in Ghana found that academic performance was better in private schools than public schools because of more effective supervision of Size: KB.
improvements to a school Firs Hill Primary School, Sheffield 94 Masterplanning 96 Getting the learning environment right 97 Flexibility and adaptability in primary schools 99 Case study Achieving an excellent environment for teaching and learning Northbury Primary School, Barking, London Getting the building services right File Size: 4MB.
The study adopted a qualitative method, where a case study research design was used. The study population consisted of teachers and school heads who were working in Matabeleland North Province in term one of Data were collected from 15 primary school teachers, who were purposively sampled from three primary schools (five teachers per school).
This article presents a case study located in a rural Education District in Namibia. The main participants of the case study are of the approximately teachers in the district’s 31 primary schools.
The case study is used to examine the extent to which a learner-centred curriculum, as conceptualised in the Namibian reform policy Cited by: The population of this study was of Form three students in 26 secondary schools, Mathematics teachers and 26 Head teacher (DEO Koibatek, ).
The student questionnaire comprised sections on demographic data with items such as gender, age, secondary school entry marks, socio-economic and cultural, school based factors. Designing schools for quality: An international, case study-based review.
Author links form and space use of the school responds to the architect’s more playful interpretation of the first version of the primary school, and its rural location in the Paarl hills in the All three case-study primary schools had functioning pre-school Cited by: 3.
The NADO Research Foundation’s Vibrant Rural Communities case studies series highlights how rural regions and small towns across the country are growing local and regional economies and creating stronger communities. This series shows how small towns can leverage a wide range of tools and approaches to build on their assets, protect their resources, and make strategic.
The aim of this study was to describe the problems faced by EFL primary school teachers in teaching English by employing qualitative design research with case study approach. CARBON-OFFSET The mains electricity supply in Ladakh is highly unreliable and therefore the school was previously forced to use a diesel generator to produce power to run lights, computers and the office equipment.
However, the generator was polluting a fragile environment and the school therefore determined to become energy self-sufficient. The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand the reflective qualities of high school math teachers of African American students in a rural setting.
The case study approach was chosen to capture the voices and instructional practices at Memory High School through the use of classroom observations and interviews. From here to there: A comparative case study of Aboriginal rural-urban resettlement in Queensland and New South Wales - Report submitted to the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra.
(mimeo.) Foster, A, (). students. This study was carried out to establish the relationships between schools discipline and students’ academic performance. The study employed cross sectional research survey design in which questionnaire was the main instrument of data collection in addition to interview guide and document review.
The case study reported hereinwas designed to explore insome depthhow one rural school/commu nity adaptedandchangedovertime. The methodology used for this case study (Stake & Easley, and Wolcott, ) included several lengthy visits to the school during the spring of The visits were.
in standard eight. This study aimed at finding out factors that contribute to poor performance in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination in public day primary schools in Mwimbi Division, Maara District, Kenya. Descriptive survey design was used and a sample of 6 head teachers, 51 teachers and standard eight.
Rural communities throughout Australia are experiencing demographic ageing, increasing burden of chronic diseases, and de-population. Many are struggling to maintain viable health care services due to lack of infrastructure and workforce shortages.
Hence, they face significant health disadvantages compared with urban regions. Primary health care yields the Cited by: Absence From School: A Study of its Causes and Effects in Seven LEAs viii attenders were less positive about school and more likely to keep their children off school.
The causes of truancy 27% of the primary school children said that at some time File Size: KB. Case Studies of Schools Receiving School Improvement Grants to document the practices of all, or even necessarily a representative sample of, SIG schools nationwide.
Rather, SST is an in-depth examination of how SIG funds and strategies are evolving in a small butFile Size: 2MB. Kraft, M. A., & Dougherty, S. M. (). The effect of teacher–family communication on student engagement: Evidence from a randomized field experiment.
Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 6(3), Abstract In this study, we evaluate the efficacy of teacher communication with parents and students as a.The participants of this study were teachers from one rural school district from grades PreK through 12th.
Findings suggest attention should be given to the school district’s current plan for.A case study is a story about something unique, special, or interesting—stories can be about individuals, organizations, processes, programs, neighborhoods, institutions, and even events.
1 The case study gives the story behind the result by capturing what happenedFile Size: KB.